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Old 09-11-2018, 06:58 AM
kkfaudio kkfaudio is offline
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Default adding B-chain eq?

Recently did a few studio renovations to our well treated room and felt things were just a bit "off" afterwards.

I ran the Sonarworks Reference demo and see a few areas that could be improved upon. However, the software isn't designed for 5.1, and I'd rather not have to rely on a plugin.

Would something like the BSS Blu 80 do the job? I'm not sure what to search for in terms of other options, so other suggestions would be welcome.

Running Avid Omni into JBL 4308 5.1 system.

We currently do most factual TV series, documentaries, etc.

Thanks!
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